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NIH Research Festival 2006
2006 NIH Research Festival

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October 17 - October 20
General Schedule of Events
Poster Sessions
Plenary Session
Concurrent Symposia
Job Fair for NIH Postdoctoral, Research, and Clinical Fellows
Special Exhibits on Resources for Intramural Research
TSA Research Festival Exhibit Show
Festival Food and Music Fair
Research Festival Committees
Past Research Festivals
Concurrent Symposia
  Wednesday, October 18, 2006
Natcher Auditorium

From Molecules to Man: Frontiers in Biomedical Imaging

10:30 am to 12:30 pm

Chaired by Peter L. Choyke, NCI

Conference Room E1/E2, Natcher Conference Center

The full scale of imaging resolution, from defining molecular structures to whole body imaging is conducted on the NIH campus.  In this session we highlight the work of several cutting edge laboratories involved in imaging using new technologies.  These methods are contributing to the understanding of disease ultrastructure and pathophysiology and are providing new insights for development of therapies.


Imaging Complex Biological Assemblies with 3D Electron Microscopy
Jacqueline Milne, NCI

Two Photon in vivo Imaging
Christian Combs, NHLBI
Quantitative Molecular Biophotonic Imaging and Spectroscopy
Amir Gandjbakhche, NICHD
Activatable Fluorescent Optical Probes for in vivo Molecular Imaging
Hisataka Kobayashi, NCI

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